"The nature of the effects can be appearances, vanishes, and productions, so for the modest retail price you are receiving a practical tool that will certainly deliver results." -David Regal, Genii Magazine
is a hyper-visual utility gimmick that will let you vanish, transpose, and transform cards. Learn Josh Janousky's signature routine with the Whiplash
gimmick: Whipped Across
, his take on the cards across plot. Cards visibly vanish and reappear one by one at the fingertips, the final occurring in a spectator's hands.
Also, learn an updated variation of Oil and Water
, a multi-phase sandwich routine, and a Monte game with a killer kicker ending. You will receive a custom gimmick printed by the United States Playing Card Company, ready to go immediately. In addition to the four routines, Josh shares how to repair and customize your gimmick - a new feature for gimmicks of this nature. It's an entire lesson on splitting cards, and is worth the price of the download alone. Whiplash
is angle proof and can be discretely hidden in any deck. The possibilities with Whiplash
are truly limitless. See for yourself.
"This is one versatile weapon to have in your arsenal!" - Jon Armstrong
"Warning: this is good enough to cause severe head injuries. I'm still recovering!" - Jeff Prace
"This utility [gimmick] has so many new and interesting applications, I cannot wait to explore them all! Awesome job, Josh!" - Chris Wiehl
"Josh has this amazing ability to take an idea, and 'interstellarize' it. He takes an idea like Whiplash
, and moves it into the 5th dimension. I LOVE his vision when it comes to magic and cannot wait to see what he releases in the future... which is the present... but will soon become the past. Ok... my head hurts now! And so will yours after you see this amazing trick!" - Mike Eaton
"Once you have Whiplash
in your tool kit, you will find yourself developing scores of ideas on how to make your routines easier AND more impressive. That's a great combination." - Anton JamesWith kind permission from Mark Mason.Thank you to Mathieu Bich and Eric Jones.